AquaLogger - Unmanned Water Network Data Logging Devices for Medium Term Deployment
From Logging Options
The AquaLogger is a rugged data logger designed for short – medium periods of unmanned monitoring. It features a large 15,000 data set memory, houses a pressure sensor for barometric pressure measurement and it is powered by Lithium batteries. There are 2 versions available, depending on the Aquaprobe you are using.
- Rugged construction for a solid deployment
- Houses an air pressure sensor for pressure compensation
- Large memory to capture 15,000 full data sets, including calibration data
- Uses lithium batteries to provide battery life of 6-12 months (Dependent upon logging and events set)
- Supplied with the easy to use LoggerLink PC application for logger set up
- Features programmable event triggers to increase logging under certain conditions
- Feature the all metal AquaConn connectors
- Download data via USB into AquaLink
The AquaLogger is designed to be left in the field for long periods of time. It’s rated to IP-67 and contains an air pressure sensor to allow all the automatic compensation to take place.
It couldn’t be easier to set up thanks to the easy to use LoggerLink. On the left of the screen are the existing settings, currently held by the logger, and on the other side are the new settings options. Once you have updated the new settings all you have to do is press upload and its ready for deployment! It will even tell you how much logging time you have left, in days, based on the settings you have chosen!
- When cold, alkaline batteries will not perform to their full specification. For this reason, the battery life estimations shown above and in the LoggerLink Software will be significantly shorter (by up to 50%) at lower temperatures.
- When the battery voltage becomes low, the cleaning function will be suspended (AP-7000 only).